SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — University researchers in South Dakota and North Dakota have been awarded $6 million to help steer industry from fossil-fuel-based chemicals to low-cost renewable building blocks.
Federal officials have approved a plan that sets aside public lands across the West for big solar power plants, cementing a new government approach to renewable energy development after years of delays and false starts.
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